Fintech startup Quiltt lands $4 million in seed financing


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By Zoran Temelkov July, 2022

Quiltt, a low-code fintech platform, raises $4 million in venture capital investment. The capital will be used to significantly lower technical barriers and increase access to financial products and services. The round was co-led by Greycroft and Newark Venture Partners. Motivate Ventures, Abstraction Capital, Tectonic Capital, Bridge Investments, and other investors joined the round.

Quiltt offers a low-code fintech infrastructure to small businesses and startups that plan to provide financial services to their customers but lack an adequate level of resources.

The Dallas-based fintech company was established in 2020 and received support from multiple venture capital firms and investors. Using the platform, businesses are able to create innovative and cost-efficient financial services for their customers.

To enhance its platform and product offerings, Quiltt has an extensive list of partners, including Plaid, Spade, Apex Edge, Rightfoot, and DCU Fintech.

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